Three Rivers Boat Hire

Three Rivers is the perfect place for a relaxing, fun time out on the River Waveney. We hire out a large fleet of paddle boards, Canadian canoes, kayaks and boats – there’s truly something for everyone, whatever your style! Our location on the river allows us to provide with you a fun paddling experience, whether […]

Winks Meadow Nature Reserve

Winks Meadow is rich in wild flowers. It supports a wide range of plants characteristic of ancient unimproved grassland including a number of species that are scarce in Suffolk such as: spiny restharrow, sulphur clover and quaking grass as well as several species of orchid. The first to flower in late spring and early summer […]

Weybread Ocean Pit

The Ocean Pit is the largest of 6 lakes where angling is controlled by Harleston Wortwell & District Angling Club. It has a good head of roach and bream and there are also some monster carp for anyone brave enough to tackle this vast expanse of water. There are also tench and perch to add […]

Captain Cook Canoes

Captain Cook Canoes is a family run business operating from the stunning and historic grade II listed Watermill in the village of Wortwell, less than a 10 minute drive from Harleston. Our business is situated in a secluded haven in the heart of the Waveney Valley, a real gem as also noted in Rodger Deakin’s famous book “Waterlog”. Here you can hire canoes, […]

The Queen’s Trail

To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, South Norfolk Council released a free treasure trail available for all. You can also take part in the free Traveller’s Charm Trail in Broadland. South Norfolk Councillors have been surprised by a recent flying visit from a mystery time traveller who left behind a series of puzzling maps and codes. Will […]

The Pennoyer Centre

The Pennoyer Centre is exceptional. It is unique in both appearance and versatility. Its easy accessibility and striking features suit all people and requirements. It is also the heritage home to Pulham St. Mary’s fascinating past — a history most unusual — especially if you are interested in 20th century airships! Originally the Centre was […]